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1) Jack stands are needed to support the frame and allow the suspension to hang. The trailer must not be lifted by the axles, which are stabilized only with floor jacks.
23) Spring end is pivoted until relatively level and on the pipe spacer that will be positioned inside the center box.
25) Bolts go through the specified holes in the center box from the inside to allow clearance for the shocks that will be installed later. Thread locker is applied, and bolts are torqued to the specified values printed in the instructions.
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